Week In Review: 1/17/10 – 1/23/10

Let's take a look back at the week that was:


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Infield Fly
5 years 7 months ago

As usual, the Mets need a do-over. I wonder…could we just reset the week and start over again?

5 years 7 months ago

If the cards are getting a first round pick isn’t Joel a Type A free agent instead of a type B? Or is it they are getting a supplemental pick?

Infield Fly
5 years 7 months ago

Piñeiro’s a Type B, so the Cards get a supplemental pick in the first round.

5 years 7 months ago

Ok the way i read it, I thought they got the angels first round pick.

CardinalsOwn
5 years 7 months ago

If the cardinals didn’t get Tejada, Who do you think the cardinals will sign with the remaining 6M-7M?

PujolsHollidayWestbrook
5 years 7 months ago

At least one vet reliever and possibly Joe Crede or Melvin Mora…I also wouldn’t rule out a fifth starter like Smoltz

mrsjohnmiltonrocks
5 years 7 months ago

The most surprising deal to me this past week was Bengie Molina returning to the Giants. Oh, and do the Indians realize that Brian Bixler can’t hit?

Best deals of the week were Felix getting long termed, and Tejada returning to Baltimore. Seattle can now see if they can try to keep Lee; and Baltimore has a temporary, and known quantity, to man 3rd base for the season.

Russell210
5 years 7 months ago

Papelbon is already 29? I thought he was a lot younger by the way he acted.

mizzoubd
5 years 7 months ago

I would love to see the transcript from the Lincecum arbitration and what negatives the Giants have on him. Also, how they got to a figure of 8 million for a 2 time Cy Young winner.

Infield Fly
5 years 7 months ago

In a lot of ways the media is an institution more concerned with its own profit than anything else. So in their eyes, whatever cheap shot they take in the pursuit of that is fair game – no matter what unnecessary damage is done. That’s why they take certain topics and beat them to death (in this case it’s the Mets). It’s crap but once you realize that it’s not precisely a “public service” they’re doing it all comes into perspective.

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start_wearing_purple
5 years 7 months ago

First of all who said that? Secondly if that’s what you’re hanging your hat on then it ain’t much.

Infield Fly
5 years 7 months ago

Ahh…but it is alleged that your peanut butter and bananas may have been having secret dialogue – unbeknown to you…

Yeah…irresponsible reporting.

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start_wearing_purple
5 years 7 months ago

No… where’s the quote calling him a club house cancer. And again, if all you’re saying about GMJ is he’s not a clubhouse cancer… yeah.